EDUKASI MELALUI PENDIDIKAN KESEHATAN PADA IBU HAMIL TENTANG PENCEGAHAN DEPRESI POSTPARTUM

Domas Nurchandra Pramudianti, Zaiyidah Fathony, Bardiati Ulfa

Abstract


Abstrak: Sekitar 50-80% wanita pasca melahirkan mengalami baby blues syndrome. Postpartum blues dapat dipicu oleh perasaan belum siap menghadapi lahirnya bayi atau meningkatnya tanggungjawab sebagai seorang ibu. Ibu primipara kebanyakan mengalami postpartum blues berat pada periode immediate postpartum yang akan meningkatkan kejadian depresi postpartum. Sasaran kegiatan ini adalah ibu-ibu hamil yang memeriksakan kehamilannya di posyandu yang berjumlah 20 orang. Tujuan dari kegiatan ini adalah terjadinya peningkatan pengetahuan ibu hamil tentang pencegahan depresi postpartum di Posyandu Cempaka wilayah kerja Puskesmas Cempaka. Metode Pelaksanaan kegiatan ini adalah penyuluhan dan tanya jawab. Sebelum penyuluhan terlebih dahulu dilakukan pretest, kemudian setelah penyuluhan dilakukan posttest untuk mengukur peningkatan pengetahuan ibu. Pretest dan posttest dilakukan dengan menggunakan kuesioner tentang teori depresi postpartum beserta pencegahannya. Setelah dilakukan pelaksanaan kegiatan penyuluhan simpulan yang dapat diambil adalah adanya peningkatan pengetahuan ibu hamil tentang pencegahan depresi postpartum.


Abstract: About 50-80% of postnatal women experience baby blues syndrome. Postpartum blues can be triggered by feelings of not being ready to face the birth of a baby or increasing responsibilities as a mother. Primiparous mothers mostly experience severe postpartum blues in the immediate postpartum period which will increase the incidence of postpartum depression. The target of this activity is pregnant women who check their pregnancies at POSYANDU, which consists of 20 people. The purpose of this activity is to increase the knowledge of pregnant women about the prevention of postpartum depression in the Cempaka Posyandu at the working area of the Cempaka Health Center. The method of carrying out this activity is counseling and question and answer. Before counseling, pretest is done first, then posttest is done after counseling to measure the increase in maternal knowledge. Pretest and posttest were carried out using a questionnaire about the postpartum depression theory and its prevention. After carrying out the outreach counseling activities that can be taken is an increase in knowledge of pregnant women about the prevention of postpartum depression

Keywords


education; pregnant women; prevention of postpartum depression

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